|Foundation Courses (12 credits)||
|OLCU 350||Leadership and Professional Ethics||
|OLCU 400||Theory and Practice of Leadership||
|OLCU 425||Leadership in Diverse and Multicultural Organizations||
|OLCU 380||Research and Analytical Thinking||
|Competencies (9 credits)||
|COMU 410||Organizational Communication||
|OLCU 325||Leadership Skills Development Lab||
|OLCU 414||Team Building||
|Electives/Emphasis Areas (18 credits)||
|Complete the electives or emphasis area||
|OLCU 681||Leadership Capstone Seminar||
BAOL to MAOL, Accelerated Degree
Our accelerated degrees program provides graduates with the theory and tools needed to grow as a leader in business and beyond. Combined BAOL to MAOL students may graduate up to one term sooner than those finishing separate bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
BAOL to MAOL Degree Overview
The Accelerated Bachelor of Art in Organizational Leadership to Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (BAOL to MAOL) nurtures innovative leadership skills that can translate into careers in corporations, military/government and nonprofit organizations. Brandman’s BAOL to MAOL also allows you to maximize your time to completion while reducing tuition and book costs.
As a student, you will:
- Identify issues, analyze opportunities, communicate vision
- Gain career transition techniques
- Lead by example
- Earn your master’s degree sooner
- Integrate ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability in decision-making.
- Identify, study, communicate and implement effective leadership of a diverse workforce.
- Develop skills for becoming a mid-level manager in a variety of industries, from government to education.
- Emerge as someone who can multitask efficiently, quickly research and solve problems, and cope with demanding deadlines.
Fall II (Oct 28, 2019)
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The fact that Brandman University was a not-for-profit school, really sealed the deal for me. I wanted to be able to attend a college, where I knew that my money, my tuition, was being used for the school and not being paid to the shareholders.
I’m over the moon that staff there made it so easy, and I learned so much that I could apply to my work right now. I improved myself in leadership competencies and it’s made me a much better leader for the Department of the Navy.
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Applicants for this program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:
- 12 or more transferable baccalaureate level credits or the equivalent
- Completed application
- Official transcripts from ALL colleges and universities attended
- A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA
Only credits from regionally accredited institutions may be accepted in transfer. Failure to report any previous academic work at another college or university may be considered a violation of academic integrity.
Admissibility and minimum transfer credit awarded will be determined based on the Community College of the Air Force, SMART, AARTS or JST transcripts.
Brandman’s School of Extended Education offers a 4 course program allowing you to earn up to the 12 credits needed for admission. Check out the Brandman Track to learn more.
The emphasis in organizational administration addresses the fundamental principles of management and administration. This emphasis will be designated on the student's transcript. Students select six courses (18 credits) from the following:
Course List Code Title Credits Required (15 credits) ACCU 201 Principles of Accounting I
ECNU 201 Principles of Macroeconomics
ENTU 401 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
MKTU 301 Principles of Marketing
MGTU 301 Principles of Management
Select one of the following:
Conflict ResolutionSOCU 401 Sociology of Social Conflict, Analysis, and ResolutionHRCU 445 Human Resource Studies *CSCU 315 Organizational Information Systems Total Credits
This emphasis area in supply chain systems combines an overview and systems approach to understanding supply chain requirements as well as a drill down into specific competencies such as leadership, communication, labor relations and organizational information systems which are crucial to supply chain management and understanding. Students complete six courses (18 credits) as follows:
Course List Code Title Credits Required (12 credits) MGTU 320 Strategies Across the Supply Chain
MGTU 321 Project Management and Supply Chain Leadership
HRCU 352 Labor Relations
CSCU 315 Organizational Information Systems
Select two courses from Communication, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, and/or Organizational Leadership
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Jalin B. Johnson, Ed.D.
Organizational Leadership & Theory
Business, Ethics, Diversity and Sustainability
Competency Based Education
Gale Mazur, Ed.D.
Human Resources Practitioner